TTake them off and take them to a parts store that has a rotor turning machine.
" regular " unleaded , 87 octane
you should take it to a repair shop to work on it.
5 qts with filter change
A 1998 Ford Explorer uses refrigerant 134a
The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1991. There are no 1990 Explorers to take a transmission from.
Yes it should fit.
depends on the mechanic, should only take like an hour at most.
I believe the 1993 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) gas tank holds 19.3 U.S. gallons
Take it to a Ford dealership.
it depends whe you take it in a shop it can go up to $300 but in the street can go as low as 35 per side and is really easy to do
22.5 gallons ( U.S. ) for the 4 door Ford Explorer
a really big hammer!
If filling after removing the pan, it will take about 4 quarts. After an overhaul it takes about 13 quarts.
Do I have to drop the maliford to take out the transmission?
Check ALL fuses. If you want to take the fuse for the lights out, just start pulling fuses until it goes out. There may be more than just those lights on that fuse.
Take off the tires and calipers and it could be a real pain to get the rotors off because the emergency brake shoes are underneath. Depending on how rusted it could be near impossible but the best way is to take a sledge hammer and pound on the back side of the rotor, alternating sides until it loosens up.
The best way it to take your Ford Explorer to the nearest Ford Dealer. He will doubtless employ mechanics who will be glad to replace the headlight assembly.
A 2013 Ford Explorer has a gas tank size of ( 18.6 U.S. gallons )
Take of the calipers and they come right off.
you might have to take to the ford dealer or READ THE Manual
I believe the 1991 Ford Explorer 4 door holds 19.3 U.S. gallons
The 2000 Ford Explorer owners manual shows ( 5 W - 30 ) for all available engines
with lots of patience.